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Sentence count:71+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-15Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: defunctinfuseconfuseconfusedtransfuseeffusivedefenddefeatMeaning: [‚diː'fjuːz]  v. remove the triggering device from. 
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1. The organization helped defuse potentially violent situations.
2. Beth's quiet voice helped to defuse the situation.
3. The peacekeepers are trained to defuse potentially explosive situations.
4. She often used humour to defuse tension in meetings.
5. Local police are trying to defuse racial tension in the community.
6. The bomb blew up as experts tried to defuse it.
7. Union leaders are taking immediate steps to defuse the crisis.
8. It, too, has been trying to defuse tensions.
9. Diplomats are trying to defuse the situation.
10. I was trying to defuse a volatile situation.
11. This should not defuse the dramatic tension.
12. Mr and Mrs Jones try very hard to defuse difficult situations.
13. You can always bank on Ally McCoist to defuse the tension.
14. They have helped to defuse the arguments about teaching style and concentrate attention upon content and delivery.
15. They know how helpful tears are to defuse tension and how constructive their aftermath can be.
16. The two groups will meet next week to try to defuse the crisis/situation/tension.
17. The two groups will meet next week to try to defuse the crisis.
18. Talks between representatives of the three communities appeared to defuse some of the tension.
19. The only thing she'd been trying to do was calm Guido down and defuse the situation.
20. Henry Hyde, R-Ill., who is platform committee chairman, is still hoping to defuse the explosive issue.
21. To present his policy to the outside world and defuse opposition to it, he made brilliant use of his personal prestige.
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22. And Mr Major happily used freelance fixers like Mr Wakeham to defuse potentially difficult committee meetings.
23. What the king did, in other words, was to use the assembly to defuse trouble in the provinces.
24. But there were no outward signs that diplomatic efforts would soon defuse the fighting.
25. Disturbed by the noise, he scared off the invaders single-handed armed with a musket and then proceeded to defuse the explosives.
26. Without failure, Earth might never discover your power and strength to defuse the most cruel of destructive experiences in human lives.
27. Worse yet, it may resort to additional expedient action to disguise or defuse the consequences of previous counterproductive actions.
28. If he or she asks you to pick something up, assert yourself or defuse the situation but don't bend down.
29. Havel asked the legislature to grant him broader powers to defuse the constitutional crisis.
30. What Yeroen hoped to gain by his play-acting is not clear, though it may have helped to defuse further aggression.
More similar words: defunctinfuseconfuseconfusedtransfuseeffusivedefenddefeatdefinedefiledefensede factodeficitdefenderrefugerefuterefundaside fromdefendantdeferencedefensiveforcefuldolefulrefugeedefinitelydefinitiondefinitivebe full ofgratefulbefuddle
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